the world is one's lobster

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Etymology[edit]

Originally a malapropism spoken by character Arthur Daley in the British TV comedy-drama Minder.

Proverb[edit]

the world is one's lobster

  1. (Britain, humorous) Intentional misrendering of the proverb "the world is one's oyster".

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